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A Christmas walk through La Laguna

Walking through the streets of San Cristóbal de La Laguna at Christmas takes you to another world. Start on Avenida Trinidad, where the characteristic scent of roasted chestnuts invites you to warm up with a handful of this traditional Christmas snack. 

Next, a stroll along busy Calle Herradores, one of the main main streets in La Laguna. Until the 19th century, this was the capital of Tenerife, hosting important artists and figures of recognized prestige that gave the city the charm that, centuries later,  made it a World Heritage Site.

Calle Obispo Rey Redondo is one of the prettiest Christmas spots with an illuminated walkway all the way to the lovely Plaza del Adelantado. This is the spot where locals and visitors alike take a photo and create a Christmas memory. 

However, the Plaza del Adelantado itself has its own breathtaking festive attractions. Stone benches with angel wings illuminated with LEDS; another perfect photo spot where you often have to queue and get to share the moment and Christmas cheer with other sightseers. 

After visiting the Plaza del Adelantado, where by the way you can also try some local Christmas sweets, the next La Laguna Christmas highlight is in the Plaza del Cristo. Here, a giant tree all of 20 meters high lights up the whole square and the La Laguna Market. This historic square was once on the edge of the town and separated the urban zone from the countryside, also known as the “Vega Lagunera”.

And while we talk of history, let’s not forget the divine local tradition known as “Lo Divino” where groups of neighbours walk the streets with instruments and sing popular local carols and Christmas songs to the delight of all passersby. This tradition has been maintained over the years and you still see groups of people walking the peaceful streets of La Laguna, drums in hand, singing the best known carols.

If Christmas at La Laguna has a defining characteristic, it is a peace and tranquility that allows you to enjoy it at your own pace. Wander between highlights and take in historical buildings, festive nooks or just the gentle bustle of local life. La Laguna invites you to relax, disconnect and enjoy the environment around you. 

A small challenge to finish: Take a photo in each illuminated corner and create a colorful album of memories from a place that is said to be the city with the most beautiful street in Spain.

How to prepare a Barraquito coffee, Tenerife’s star drink

The Barraquito is one of the star drinks of Tenerife. Its mixture of liquor, coffee and lemon captivates locals and visitors to the point of wanting to take the recipe home. We head to an iconic spot for the drink, El Camino in Puerto de la Cruz, to learn the secrets of the perfect Barraquito.

Carlos, our Barraquito ambassador, first shows us a 2016 video that has been seen thousands of times. He tells us how this coffee is an international drink: “They arrive from everywhere, Germans, Poles… the Poles go crazy and ask for ‘Barraquito, Barraquito’ as soon as they arrive, they come with the idea already in their heads.”

As we chat, we prepare the delicious layered drink. First comes the condensed milk; then Licor 43 “to give that cheerful touch”; above this, the espresso coffee; and finally a layer of milk and one of milk foam. Thus the five characteristic colors of the barraquito are achieved. It is essential to finish the recipe with a small slice of lemon and a little cinnamon sprinkled on the foam.

Carlos tells us that part of Barraquito’s success lies in the fact that it is not made in any other part of the continent. “Europeans love their coffee and this one is nothing like Macchiato or Latte. Those are more commercial coffees but the Barraquito is unique, I have been serving them for more than 30 years.”


The first thing to do when drinking the barraquito is to sink the lemon peel into the drink and then stir well with a spoon to mix all the flavors and create a homogeneous color. In the first sip the citrus flavor of the lemon invades the palate almost immediately. Then, the strong note of the Licor 43 kicks in with a strong aftertaste in the throat that no other coffee has.
With each sip the palate adapts to the initial surprise and the softness of the coffee mixed with the sweetness of the condensed milk comes through. The drink does not tire; on the contrary, as you get used to the liquor and the citrus you begin to perceive other flavors, like the cinnamon touch that crowns the glass.

The Barraquito also changes its name depending on where you are in Tenerife. In the capital (Santa Cruz, La Laguna) you may have to ask for a “Zaperoco” or “Barraquito especial”. This is because the standard Barraquito comes as a “leche y leche” coffee made with milk and condensed milk (also known as a “café bombón”). Marcial Morera, in his Dictionary of Canarian Language, states that the origin of the “Barraquito” comes from a man named Sebastián Rubio, nicknamed “Barraco”, who used to ask for the drink in bars of the capital of Tenerife.

What is the real secret of Barraquito that makes it so unique? Carlos is very clear on how to prepare his at El Camino. “Like everything in life, you have to put in love. The Barraquito, made with love, is perfection.”
We leave the bar with a good shot of energy and a big smile; it is true that things made with love taste much better.



The day I meet the wild whales and dolphins of Tenerife

“Your excursion to see whales and dolphins in Tenerife is confirmed,” said the email. I checked it over and over to make sure because I couldn’t wait to get out on the ocean and see the cetaceans.  

Where does my Tenerife whale and dolphin trip in Tenerife leave from?

The email said to be at “Puerto Colón” in the southern municipality of Costa Adeje although I could have chosen a trip from Los Cristianos or Los Gigantes. I arrive early so I go for a walk to watch people having fun on pretty Playa de la Pinta beach. I think I’ll head back tomorrow for a swim!

Right on time, I head to the boat and meet the small group of people coming with me on the trip. Everyone is excited to get the chance to see whales and dolphins swimming free in the ocean. 

I meet Julian, a friendly traveller who is on holiday and staying in the north of the island. He got up at dawn to make it to the boat in time for the trip. We exchange experiences for a while and he gives me some good tips about places to visit in Puerto de la Cruz, La Orotava y Garachico.

Then the captain calls us all on board.

At last we head out to see to look for whales and dolphins

After a quick safety briefing, our guide tells us all about the experience of watching whales and dolphins in Tenerife. He starts by telling us that the boat is proud to be signed up to the Quality Charter that guarantees that it respects the environment and doesn’t disturb the whales and dolphins.

Oh, I almost forgot to say! I put on plenty of sunscreen and a hat as the hot sun. It’s always best to be prepared and protect yourself from the sun’s rays. 

Waiting to see the cetaceans 

After a few minutes we are out on the open water. The sea is calm but at first we don’t see any animals. Our guide tells us not to worry as we are close to the area where they live. Then, suddenly, a group of whales appears right by the boat. 

The captain switches off the engines so we don’t disturb them and as they drift closer to us we can hear the sounds they make as they break the surface to breathe. It’s a magical experience  to be out there on the ocean sharing this moment with such beautiful creatures. 

As we keep our eyes on the whales, our guide tells us all about the 21 species of whales and dolphins that live in or visit the ocean around Tenerife. The most common species are the bottlenose dolphin and the short-finned pilot whale. 

Back to the harbour at Puerto Colón

After two hours on the water and a lovely snack we head back to Puerto Colón. Other trips include a swimming stop at a sheltered cove (especially around Los Gigantes) and there are short options for anyone in a hurry. I’m quite happy with my two-hour trip and have time to chat to Julian again. We swap impressions and a few photos of the day and we even agreed to go diving together in the north of Tenerife. Tomorrow will be another adventure; it looks like my day on the beach will have to wait.

Six of the most spectacular Tenerife sunsets

Tenerife’s unique sunsets turn places that are already special into something truly wonderful. Here are five Tenerife sunsets that look like they are taken from a work of art.

A Tenerife sunset with spectacular purple hues

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For our first sunset we head to Playa de Las Vistas, in the Arona municipality. If a day in the sunshine and the cool breeze here already sounds good, then wait until it is the magic hour  and you experience one of the best sunsets in south Tenerife.

This purple sunset is a rare event caused by an atmospheric anomaly but every sunset at Las Vistas is the cherry on the cake of a perfect beach day.

Benijo, Tenerife’s most photogenic beach

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From the south to a spot in north Tenerife that is famous amongst photographers; Benijo beach. This hidden spot in remote Anaga has some of the best and most photogenic sunsets in all of Tenerife. 

The beautiful rock formation called Roque de Benijo is the perfect backdrop for your Instagram stories and if you capture it at the magical sunset hour, all your friends are bound to ask you where you took such a spectacular Tenerife photo.

When the sun hides behind the lighthouse at Bajamar

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Bajamar is a low-key spot north of La Laguna where locals and visitors go to swim in the natural pools or walk along the pretty shore towards the iconic lighthouse.

The lighthouse is also the focal point that allows you to have fun with your sunset photos by hiding the setting sun behind its silhouette. This dance of light and shadows adds to any photo of the beautiful sunsets and gives you images and memories that last a lifetime.

The city of many sunsets, Puerto de la Cruz

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If you think you’ve seen all the best beach sunsets in Tenerife,  Puerto de la Cruz still has a few aces hidden up its sleeve. This town may be in the smallest municipality in Tenerife but it is justifiably popular with tourists thanks to its wide variety of landscapes, experiences and activities.

Puerto de la Cruz’s sunsets are a big part of its appeal. For a beach sunset like the one in our photo, head to Playa Jardín. For spectacular sunset views out over the Atlantic, you’ll see superb blues and golden hues from the Atlantic Mirage hotel.

A sunset across the Tenerife fairways

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Tenerife is a golf paradise because its courses were designed by top players and because of its climate and spectacular landscapes. 

The Buenavista Golf course, designed by Spanish golfing great  Severiano Ballesteros, offers unmatchable views out over the rugged northwest coast of Tenerife. From the nearby El Burgado restaurant you can watch the sun drop behind the horizon while you listen to the waves washing against  La Arena beach.

Tenerife’s most spectacular sunset, at Teide

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There is no other place to end this list of Tenerife’s top sunset spots than at the Teide National Park. Whether you at the Montañas de Guajara, like our photographer, or at the peak itself, you have the island at your feet and the landscapes as the sun sets behind Spain’s highest mountain will stay with you forever.

What about you? Do you have a powerful sunset memory from Tenerife? Please join us on social media and tell us about it. We’d love to have the best collection of Tenerife sunset photos on the internet and we’re sure that your photo deserves its place in the gallery.

September holidays in Tenerife

Are you going to spend your September holidays in Tenerife? We welcome you to an island full of adventures, where you and your family can fill your album with memories for a lifetime. Will you join us?

Cosmopolitan cities with their own identityPuerto de la Cruz Vacaciones de septiembre en Tenerife

Who doesn’t like to discover unique places? Puerto de la Cruz combines the modernity of an open-air museum, Puerto Street Art, with the identity of a city that has not lost its peculiarities.

Stroll through the La Ranilla neighborhood with its murals, take a dip in the Atlantic ocean at the beautiful beaches of San Telmo and Playa Jardín, or relax in idyllic surroundings such as Lago Martiánez. Puerto de la Cruz is a miniature universe with a small treasure on every corner.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife Vacaciones de Septiembre

In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, avant-garde and history takes you to places such as the Guimerá Theatre, the oldest theatre in the Canary Islands, or the Tenerife Auditorium, designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, which is part of the city’s landmark.

The capital of the Island is fortunate to host one of our visitors’ favourite beaches, Las Teresitas, as well as the César Manrique Maritime Park, a large swimming pool complex in the shade of El Palmetum, the largest collection of tropical palm trees in Europe. No matter what you choose, we assure you that in Santa Cruz you can find a place you will always want to return to.

Rural getaways in Tenerife – get to know the villages and hamlets

Masca Tenerife Vacaciones

If you are looking for a rural getaway, we can also give you some recommendations. In Tenerife you won’t get tired of seeing all the different places!

One of the most famous places is the hamlet Masca in Buenavista del Norte. It is framed in a spectacular setting, in the shadow of an imposing rock. It is one of the most popular places in the Teno Rural Park, where you can not only enjoy the breathtaking scenery, but also try local food.

Taganana Santa Cruz de Tenerife

In the northeast of the island you will find Taganana. You look from above on countless white houses, which meander to the coast.  If you are looking for breathtaking views, then you must visit the viewpoint El Bailadero. We assure you that the trip is worthwhile.

Parque Rural de Teno Tenerife

Do you want to see Los Gigantes as you have never seen the cliffs before, maybe even a beautiful panorama of our neighbor island La Gomera? Punta de Teno is our recommendation for a very different perspective.

Tenerife nature routes

Now that we’ve presented you to the towns and hamlets of Tenerife, how about submerging into the most curious and most spectacular nature of our island?

Tenerife – whale sanctuary

Delfines en Tenerife

One of the favourite activities by our visitors is whale watching. If you want to explore the southwest coast of Tenerife and admire these beautiful animals, remember to embark with one of the companies of the Sustainability Charter. You will ensure a respectful experience with the environment, as well as the guidance of the best professionals.

A charming valley

Valle de la Orotava

Finally, the north of Tenerife deserves part of your time on the island. Small municipalities, each with its own magic, populate the entire Orotava Valley. If you continue your journey to the northwest you will find some natural wonders such as The Millenary Dragon Tree, the oldest in the whole archipelago.

Cueva del Viento Tenerife

Among these wonders we must also highlight the Cueva del Viento, the largest volcanic tube in Europe. You can do guided tours to discover the underground of Tenerife.

A wonderful September is waiting for you on our island. So, what are you waiting for?

The best windsurfers of the world in El Médano at the PWA World Cup Tenerife

The best windsurfers in the world have once again tamed the waves and wind on the beach of El Cabezo (El Médano). Almost 100 participants from 20 different countries have gathered at the PWA World Cup Tenerife to compete in the men, women and junior categories.

PWA World Cup Tenerife, the ninth windsurfing world champions cup in Tenerife

PWA Tenerife campeon mejor windsurf

For the ninth time in a row, the PWA World Cup Tenerife has established itself as an essential event for windsurfers from all over the world. In the men’s category stand out names such as Ricardo Campello, Philip Köster, Jaeger Stone, Víctor Fernández and Alex Mussolini.

In the women’s category, Iballa Moreno, Justyna Sniady, Sarah-Quita and Lina Erpenstein performed very well. The event was broadcast live on the official website of the PWA World Cup as well as on the different social media of the championship. In the YouTube channel, you can watch the summary videos of each day with the best moments.

The winners of the PWA World Cup Tenerife 2019

Podium PWA Tenerife 2019

After several intense competition days, the winners of the waves and the wind were determined.

In the men’s category, the Australian Jaeger Stone beat the former champion Victor Fernandez. Stone achieved his best performance in the finals, his first victory in a PWA event. The German Philipp Köster was able to reach the third place after competing against the Venezuelan Ricardo Campello.

PWA Tenerife Ganadores Mejor Windsurf

On the women’s podium, Spaniard Iballa Ruano secured the highest rank against Polish Justyna Sniady. This victory consolidates. This victory consolidates Iballa as a brand new PWA Tenerife champion for the fourth time in a row. In the battle for third position competed Sarah-Quita Offringa and Lina Erpenstein. The sporting duel was won by Sarah-Quita Offringa.

The juniors were also able to compete and show what the future of windsurfing holds for us. Alexia Kiefer Santana, Julia Pasquale in the U17 category and Mar de Arce Sánchez in the U20 category won the U15 women’s competition.

Carlos Kiefer Santana can be very proud of his triumph in the men’s U13 category. Also the Japanese Hayata Ishii reached in the category U15 and Liam Dunkerbeck in the category U17 the winners podium. In the U20, the victory finally went to Mariano Gil from Gran Canaria.

El Médano, an ideal place for windsurfing

Sarah Quita PWA Tenerife 2019

Tenerife has several ideal places for windsurfing. The beach of El Cabezo, where the PWA World Cup Tenerife was held, is one of the most popular places to practise this sport on the island, but also one of the most demanding in terms of technical level. Luckily, there are several windsurfing centres where you can not only rent equipment, but also receive training classes to learn how to master the board.

What are you waiting for? In Tenerife you have a sports universe at your fingertips.

The best theme parks in Tenerife for a memorable summer with your family

If you are looking for fun in summer, the best theme parks in Tenerife can be the answer to to an exciting day with the family. You don’t know them? Would you like to get to know them all? Don’t worry, we will guide you through the authentic summer oases:

Siam Park

Siam Park Siam Nights Mejores Parques Temáticos de Tenerife

Six years in a row, the world’s best water park, make Siam Park an almost obligatory stop on your holiday in Tenerife. Decorated with Thai inspiration and with attractions ranging from dizzying slides to artificial waves up to 3 metres, it is a visit that is fun for both children and adults.

This summer you should not miss the Siam Nights and get to know the best water park in the world when the sun goes down.

Loro Parque

Loro Parque Mejor Zoologico

Chosen as the best zoo in the world by Tripadvisor users, Loro Parque is a must visit. Home to more than 10,000 exotic animals and 500 species and subspecies of the entire planet, Loro Parque’s commitment to the environment extends beyond the site, with the protection and conservation of endangered species in different parts of the world.

The novelties of Loro Parque include: the pygmy hippos; a threatened species from West Africa; and the Zen garden; the world’s first Japanese underwater garden. Do you want to go on an expedition?

Aqualand Costa Adeje

Aqualand Costa Adeje Tenerife

Aqualand Costa Adeje is a unique combination of water park and dolphinarium. On the one hand, the Dolphinarium is cared for down to the smallest detail, with a protection programme for bottlenose dolphins that has already achieved 18 births within the facilities. In addition, its dolphin show has been recognised as the best in the world by the International Association of Marine Animal Trainers.

On the other hand, among its attractions we can find up to four different types:

Adrenalina, with exciting curves and slides such as “Tsunami” or “Cyclones”, each with a height of more than 21 metres.

KidzWorldwhere the little ones can play between docile dragons, water castles and pirate treasure islands.

Family Funwith a wave pool designed for the whole family.

Chill Out & Playwith a jacuzzi and a “Lava River” where you can relax, relieve tension and disconnect.

If you want to know more about Aqualand Costa Adeje, do not hesitate to visit its official website.

Forestal Park Tenerife

Forestal Park Tenerife

We now enter the forest, specifically in the Protected Landscape of Las Lagunetas, to discover a park at an altitude of over 1,400 metres: the Forestal Park.

With the longest zip lines of the Canary Islands, an adventure of more than two hours awaits you, climbing 30 metres above the ground or sliding along 230 metres in a single pass. If you fancy a special experience in nature, then this is the right excursion for you.

Karting Club Tenerife

Karting Club Tenerife

If you’re looking for adrenaline on four wheels then make a pit stop at Karting Club Tenerife. With the family or with friends, the two routes delight both the youngest (with two-seater karts or adjusted to their age) as well as the adults. The karts can reach up to 90 km / h.

If you are already thinking about organising your Grand Prix, you will find everything you need on their website.

Parque Etnográfico Pirámides de Güímar

Piramides de Guimar Tenerife

The ethnographic park Pirámides de Güímar offers 64,000 square meters of various areas and exhibitions. Its main attraction is the Pyramids of Güímar, pyramid structures, which are aligned with the sun and offer on special occasions astronomical shows such as a double sunset during the summer solstice.

In addition to the pyramids themselves you can visit the poisonous and sustainable gardens, as well as an exhibition dedicated to navigation through the Pacific Ocean and Polynesia. If you want, you can have a small virtual preview of everything that awaits you.

Parque Las Águilas-Jungle Park

Las Aguilas Jungle Park Tenerife

Botanical park and zoo at the same time, in Jungle Park you can find from exotic birds such as swans or flamingos to meerkats, crocodiles or even jaguars.

To its wide repertoire of species you have to add its unique shows, ranging from sea lions and birds of prey to shows with pirates that will make you laugh and enjoy your experience in the jungle. Are you coming?

Now you have a lot to choose from! Do not doubt that a summer full of fun awaits you in Tenerife.

The top summer events 2019 in Tenerife

There are events in Tenerife that you should not miss if you spend your summer vacation 2019 on the Island: from numerous concerts to theatre or extreme sports. Check them out!

Minimal Summer 2019

Minimal Summer

It is one of the summer events that stands out for its mix of the best Latin music with the most avant-garde electronics. It will be held at Magma Arte & Congresos on July 27th, and promises, in addition to good music, an area with food trucks, swimming pools and a “Minimal Market” with artists that will add a different touch to this original Summer appointment.

Roger Hodgson Supertramp’s

On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the album “Breakfast in America,” singer and songwriter Roger Hodgson visits the Island to celebrate one of the greatest hits in rock history. You can revive mythical songs like “Take The Long Way Home” or “The Logical Song”. The event will take place on July 27th in the sports pavilion of Tenerife Santiago Martín.

VIII Gastronomic tasting of “Papa Bonita” (beautiful potato)

Muestra Gastronomica de la papa

If you love gastronomy and want to discover little culinary treasures, then the Papa Bonita Gastronomic Fair should be a must in your calendar. The northern municipality of Los Realejos will be the scene of tastings with activities and exhibitions around the “beautiful potato”. Remember the date: Saturday, July 27th at the Plaza de San Agustín.

XX Summer Storytelling Festival

XX Festival de Cuento

El Sauzal celebrates the 20th Summer Storytelling Festival “Verano de cuento” to which lovers of narration and artistic interpretation are invited. It takes place every Friday from July 19th to August 30th at the Plaza de San Pedro. Admission is free and, along with the festival, a micro-story contest will also be held.

PWA Windsurf World Cup 2019

Windsurf El Médano Deporte en Tenerife

Tenerife will be a paradise for windsurfing enthusiasts again from August 5th to 11th. At the PWA Windsurf World Cup 2019 the top athletes of this discipline will meet in El Medano. The unique wind and wave conditions make this cove a favourite spot for windsurfers with impressive jumps several metres high.

Sunblast 2019

Sunblast 2019

The best of electronic music this summer with DJ greats like Orishas or Steve Aoki will sound on five stages at the Costa Adeje golf course. The seventh edition of this huge festival starts on the August 10th.

Phe Festival 2019

Phe Festival Eventos en Tenerife

Even the best of alternative music has its space in Tenerife, specifically in Puerto de la Cruz, where Phe Festival will not only offer great musical acts but is also a location for fashion, gastronomy, cinema or innovation.

The key dates: August 23rd and 24th, when the outstanding performances will take place. Although you can visit other spaces such as Phe Gallery in the Castillo de San Felipe from August 2nd.

Now you have a few varied events to choose from! Do not forget to visit our events calendar to stay up to date on the latest news and important events in Tenerife.

What do you need to observe stars in Tenerife?

You have already decided to explore the galaxy from our island. Now you may wonder what exactly you will need to observe stars in Tenerife. In this article we summarise everything you need to become a true galactic hunter.

What do I need for stargazing in Tenerife?

Depending on the experience you would like to gain, you may need either basic or professional equipment. With a few simple binoculars (with tripod is better, although it is not necessary) you can clearly observe the night sky. If you want a more immersive experience, you can also use a telescope and shelp you from a celestial map to look for the constellations seen from Tenerife.

Observar estrellas en Tenerife, Teide

Keep in mind that nocturnal observation generally takes place in places with higher altitudes such as the Teide National Park. Take a coat or a jacket and a thermos with a hot drink with you. You can also bring a smartphone or laptop with you to seek information on the one hand and get enough light on the other hand to walk safely in the dark. Talking about darkness, for stargazing you need the maximum possible darkness.

If you have no equipment, no problem. There are several companies that rent equipment or organise activities so you can enjoy the night sky without worries.

Estrellas en Tenerife

Are permissions necessary to observe stars in Tenerife?

If the area where you are going to observe stars is protected or belongs to a protected natural environment you should consult before if permits are necessary. If you have any doubts, the best idea is to contact a specialised company.

When do stargazing in Tenerife?

Tenerife has various certifications such as starlight destination and starlight reserve, recognising sites such as Teide or the summits of Tenerife as ideal places for stargazing. This proves the quality of the island’s skies, as well as the infrastructure to enjoy it.

In addition, the mild climate of the island and the high number of observation hours make the island an ideal destination for astronomy enthusiasts all year round.

Cielo del Teide con Estrellas

When to watch the star showers in Tenerife?

One of the main astronomical events that can be observed from the earth are the well-known star showers. Fortunately, in Tenerife we ​​can enjoy many of them like the Quadrantids, Perseids, Leonids or Geminids. It is also possible to see other phenomena such as the eclipses of the moon and the sun, as well as the passage of the International Space Station.

If you are in Tenerife next August 12th, 2019 or December 14th, 2019, do not miss the Perseids and Geminids. If you are not on the island, do not worry, you can follow the live broadcast from the Teide National Park.

Basic tips to see stars in Tenerife

When it comes to observing stars, it is important to take into account some basic considerations so that your experience is as complete as possible.

 

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The first logical recommendation is to move away from any important source of light, such as cities or major roads. It is also advisable to avoid full moon nights, as they can hinder you with their own light.

The human being needs a time of adaptation to the darkness of between 15 and 30 minutes approximately, so if you carry a flashlight or some other light source try to cover it with a red band to reduce the intensity of it. Use it only to read stellar maps or at certain moments to avoid possible glare and wait a quarter of an hour for the eye to adapt again to the darkness.

Now you have everything you need to be a true star hunter! It’s time to take the step and visit Tenerife.